Young people with hypertension can affect the brain
Lifestyle changes are a fairly simple way to lower blood pressure.
According to medical experts, treatment is first for young people by making lifestyle changes, including a heart-healthy diet, regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, reducing stress, avoiding smoking, avoiding alcohol…
If you’ve made lifestyle changes but your blood pressure isn’t stable, your doctor may recommend medication as prescribed.
Depending on the case, these drugs may include ACE inhibitors, calcium channel blockers, diuretics, etc. patients should not take the drug on their own.
Hypertension that appears at the age of 20-40 can cause cognitive decline, brain dysfunction in middle age around the age of 55.